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Saturday 26 June 2021

A pavilion opened in 1931 id to be pulled down to make way for a new crazy golf course in Gunnesbury Park.

 A pavilion opened in 1931 id to be pulled down to make way for a new crazy golf course in Gunnesbury Park. 

Hounslow council heard on Thursday night that the building, occupied by the Park’s Bowles Vcub,  had fallen into dilapidation. 

After a 2-hourr discussion the council voted to replace the pavilion with an Astro-turfed area for crazy golf. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:32 pm  

The Kensington MP Felicity Buchan has been criticised for a recent visit to the sight of the Grenfell Tower Fire.

 The Kensington MP Felicity Buchan has been criticised for a recent visit to the sight of the Grenfell Tower Fire. 

Matt Wrack, leader of the Norbiton based Fire Brigades Union accused the Tory MP of hunting for photo opportunities when he said she should focus on holding the government to account. 

Ms Buchan has said she believed she was right last year to vote against a Labour amendment to the Fire Safety Bill.

The amendment called for some measures to be implemented straight away, but the MP said she thought the effect would have been to delay the overall inquiry into the fire, which claimed the lives of 72 people.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:31 pm  

Two window cleaners from New Malden are going to run a marathon every weekend in July to raise money for a mental health charity.

Their routes will take them all across South-West London, including a zig-zag across the London Bridges and the Kingston toe-path.

Brad and Lee are raising money for MIND, Should you wish to mke a donation here is the link. 


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:29 pm  

England manager Gareth Southgate will be offered a new contract after Euro 2020.

 Regardless of how they get on against Germany in Tuesday's last-16 match, FA chief executive Mark Bullingham says he's doing a "great job".

It's the time of year for contracts and transfers - and there's speculation linking Harry Kane, Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish with moves.

But teammate Declan Rice - originally from Kingston - says it's not a distraction.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

The Wimbledon winner’s cash prize might look desirable, but players this year might want to practice their selfies as well as their serves.

 For the first time since Wimbledon offered prize money in 1968, the winners will receive less than the person whose name was etched on the cup before them.

The top prize of £1.7m is worth less than it was in 2014.

But players with strong Instagram followings can expect to make up to £128,000 for a single sponsored post.

Popular Instragrammer Serena Williams could make more money from three sponsored posts, than if she were to depart in the quarter finals with a prize of £300,000.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

An independent girls school in Sutton is attempting to banish “cancel culture”.

 Sutton High School is introducing a scheme aimed at encouraging debate and respecting different opinions.

Head teacher, Bethany Dawson, believes cancel culture had stifled opinion, leaving young people unable to express their own views and respectfully listen to others.

The school has designed a classroom to allow debates and will be introduced to the curriculum from this year.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 am  

Hundreds of walk-in vaccine sites have opened this weekend in a bid to get people over the age of 18 vaccinated.

 Football stadiums and supermarkets are some of the places people can get a jab.

The "grab a jab" campaign comes as the UK recorded a further increase in covid cases.

Places to get jabbed in southwest London include St Barnabas Church in Wandsworth, St Nicolas Shopping Centre in Sutton, and the Wilson Hospital in Mitcham.

You can find some of our local walk-in sites here.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:10 am  

A man has been charged over the storming of East Surrey Hospital.

 45-year-old Toby Hayden Leigh was charged on Friday (June 25) with one offence of causing a nuisance on the NHS premises in January.

He has since been released on bail to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on July 13.

The incident took place at the height of the second wave of Covid-19 on January 21.

Leigh and several others forced their way into the hospital, refusing to wear masks and abusing NHS staff.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

 A pair of window cleaners from New Malden will run four  marathons next month to raise money to fight mental health issues.

Their routes include running from Cheam to Richmond and back, and up and down the toe-path at Kingston Bridge.

Brad runs Aquamark, and works with his staff to help with their mental health.

Brad and Lee are raising money for MIND - you can donate here
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 am  

Friday 25 June 2021

Mole Valley’s ‘Walk to Health’ scheme is back.

The weekly walks in Leatherhead last from 30 to 90 minutes, ideal for anyone looking to get more active or to meet new people. 

If advised by a doctor, walking can also assist with recovery from the long-term effects of Covid, including physical and mental health.

To find out more, check out Mole Valley Council's website. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Royal Star & Garter in Surbiton is celebrating today.

It’s been awarded Charity or Fundraiser of the Year at the South London Community Star & Care Awards. 

The home provides care to veterans and their partners living with disability or dementia. 

The awards recognise the heroes and pillars of the community who have devoted themselves to helping others during the pandemic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A man from Epsom has been sentenced to 13 years in jail after he was found guilty of rape of a child.


43 year old Eric Lakidi was sentenced earlier and placed on the sex offenders register for life. 

The court heard that between 1996 and 1999, Lakidi sexually assaulted the child victim multiple times. 

The offences took place at residential addresses in Enfield and Barnet. 

In November 2016, the victim came forward to report the historic abuse to the North London Child Abuse Investigation Team. 

She was able to give a detailed account of the incidents that occurred, at times with family members present in the same address.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:07 pm  

Detectives investigating the fatal shooting of Matthias Poleon in Balham are appealing for information.

The investigation team has issued an image of a grey coloured Volkswagen Golf seen in the area around the time of the incident and are keen to hear from anyone who has footage or information relating to the vehicle.

Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin is leading the investigation. She said: "I implore anyone who saw this vehicle in the area around the time of the incident to contact us, no matter how insignificant your information may seem, please get in touch, it could be vital to our investigation.

“Matthias was at his front door when he was shot. Friends and members of the public rushed to help him, as his killers fled the scene in a VW Golf that we believe to be the vehicle pictured.

"Matthias's family are at the beginning of an incredible ordeal. Think of their grieving, think of their suffering, and please do the right thing and tell police what you know.

"Anyone who has information but is reluctant to share it with police should consider that the people who committed this murder are violent criminals who have ended a man’s life and devastated a family. It is vital that they are apprehended.

"If you don’t want to speak directly to us, Crimestoppers is 100% anonymous and you won’t even be asked for your name – it doesn’t matter how you do it, but please do make the call.”

Police were called at approximately 22:50pm last Thursday to reports of a man suffering gunshot injuries in Bedford Hill.

Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and 27-year-old Matthias was taken to hospital for treatment, where he died a while later. 

Enquiries into the circumstances remain ongoing and there have been no arrests.

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 0208 785 8244 or tweet @MetCC quoting 8915/17June.

Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

Prince Harry "touches down" at Heathrow.

Prince Harry has apparently arrived at Heathrow ahead of the unveiling of his mother's statue at Kensington Palace on Thursday. 

July the 1st would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday.

Prince Harry, who is said to have flown in from LA at lunchtime, is believed to be staying at Frogmore Cottage where he will self isolate before the event. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:32 pm  

Harlequins CEO Laurie Dalrymple says he’s perplexed by the government’s decision to limit the crowd at Twickenham.

It’s been limited to just 10,000,for tomorrow’s premiership final against Exeter.

He says up to 25,000 people could have been accommodated safely, and there’s frustration among the fans.

A cap on numbers for the match was halved from 20,000 when covid restrictions were extended by 4 weeks earlier this month.

By contrast there’ll be 60,000 supporters at Wembley for the Euro 2020 final game.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A man’s been charged with abduction in Stanwell.

39 year old Zubair Haq has been remanded in custody after he was charged in relation to an incident in the town on Wednesday evening.

Police say they want to reassure members of the public that this is an isolated, alleged incident.

Haq will be appear at Kingston Crown Court on July the 23rd.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:47 pm  

Winston Marshall has quit Mumford & Sons, blaming his "difficult decision" on an "unintentional Twitter storm".

The banjoist and lead guitarist from Wandsworth found himself at the centre of a controversy. 

It’s after he tweeted about US journalist Andy Ngo's book, Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan To Destroy Democracy. 

Marshall told his 10,000-strong following how he had read the "important" book, praising Ngo as a "brave man." 

He later deleted the tweet.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

The draw for the first round of the League Cup has been made with Sutton United to head to Wales

Wayne Rooney's Derby County will host Salford City who are part owned by some of his former Manchester United teammates.

While Sutton United who are playing in the competition for the first time travel to Cardiff City.

The ties will take place in the second week of August.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

A woman, arrested at the Sarah Everard vigil at Clapham Common, is preparing legal action against the Met Police.

28 year old Patsy Stevenson was handcuffed and held down by two officers in scenes that made news across the world.

She says she wants the force to withdraw a £200 fixed penalty notice as well as acknowledging and apologising "for their wrongdoing".

The Met has confirmed it has received a letter from Ms Stevenson's lawyers.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:39 pm  

World tennis number three Simona Halep has withdrawn from Wimbledon with a calf injury.

The defending champion was hoping to retain her title after lifting the trophy in 2019 when she beat Serena Williams.

The Romanian is the latest high profile player to pull put of the draw.

Men's US Open champion Dominic Theim announced yesterday he was unable to compete because of a wrist injury.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

British teenager Arthur Fery has missed out on qualification for Wimbledon.

The 18-year-old was two points from victory against Tallon Griekspoor, but let a two set lead slip.

In the women's qualifying, Katie Swan won her second-round match.

She beat American Caty McNally.

Swan will play Australian Arina Rodionova tomorrow for a spot in her home tennis Grand Slam.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Two time champion Andy Murray will play Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili when he returns to Wimbledon next week.

The former world tennis number one has not played in the tournament for four years due to injury and the postponement of last year's event caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

British wildcard Jack Draper from Sutton will make his main-draw debut against defending champion Novak Djokovic.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:59 pm  

Two men, from Hayes and Feltham, have been sentenced for modern day slavery offences at Isleworth Crown Court.

35 year old Abdullahi Fidow from  Hayes, was sentenced to 17 years in prison for offences including modern day slavery, supplying cocaine and heroin, wounding with intent, possession of an offensive weapon and actual bodily harm. 

38 year old Mohammed Hassan from Feltham was sentenced to 12 years in prison for modern day slavery offences and supplying cocaine and heroin. 

Police were called to the scene of a stabbing in October 2019. 

The victim, a 29-year-old man, then  reported that he had been held against his will for five days by a group of men. 

He said he was scared for his life and had been physically assaulted. 

The victim also alleged that he had witnessed a stabbing committed by Fidow and positively identified him. 

Fidow was arrested and charged with kidnap, false imprisonment, actual bodily harm, bodily harm, affray and Section 18 - wounding with intent. 

A further investigation was carried out by West Area CID following the arrest of Fidow in the home address of a second victim, a 58-year-old man. 

Detective Constable Radford gained the trust and confidence of the second victim  who disclosed to her that he had been forced to allow a gang to use his home and to deal drugs out of his flat by them. 

An operation was launched by officers from across the West Area, along with Hounslow Council and other partnership agencies, who took part in the execution of thirteen warrants in Hounslow last December.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 pm  

Firefighters are sharing battery safety advice after a house fire in Croydon.

Part of the ground floor of a semi-detached house in Coleridge Road was damaged by the blaze.

A man and a child left the building before the Brigade arrived and were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service crews.

The Brigade’s Fire Investigators believe the fire was accidental and caused by the failure of a lithium-ion battery in the kitchen.

A London Fire Brigade spokesperson said: “Batteries can present a fire risk if they’re over-charged, short circuited, submerged in water or damaged, so it’s really important to protect them against being damaged and charge them safely.

"Unplug devices once they have finished charging and make sure you use the right charger for your device.

“This is also a timely reminder to test your smoke alarms. There were no working smoke alarms fitted inside the property. 

“Having working smoke alarms is so important in helping to detect fires and save lives. They can provide time to escape.”

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:49 pm  

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Cyrus Todiwala is The Clink’s new “Chef Ambassador.”

The charity works out of prisons, including Highdown in Sutton, offering inmates the chance to train as chefs. 

The aim is to help them find work upon their release and reduce reoffending rates.

Cyrus follows in the footsteps of Albert Roux, who previously held the post, and died earlier this year. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

Merton Council says it’s been unable to keep up with the increasing demand for special educational needs school places.

It’s now agreed to look at expanding Melrose School in Mitcham to an unused building in Whatley Avenue in Raynes Park. 

The move would create 80 new places that would be available from September next year. 

A six week public consultation will launch next month and be the feedback submitted to the secretary of state along with the plan.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 am  

Police have released images of two men they want to speak to in connection with a robbery on Chelsea.

On Tuesday, police were called to reports that a man in his 60’s was forced him to the ground by two men who stole his high value watch.

Officers attended and found no trace of a victim or suspect at the scene.

The suspects were alleged to have run in the direction of Sloane Square tube and so CCTV footage was obtained from the station.

You can view images of the men on our website.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

Singer and TV personality Peter Andre has issued a plea on behalf of Children’s hospices across the UK.

This week is Children’s Hospice Week. 

Peter is patron of charity Together 4 Short Lives, which works with hospices to help get families the support they need. 

It costs one children’s hospice, Shooting Star in Hampton, £8.8 million a year to operate.

Only 8% of that income comes from central government funding, with the charity saying that’s why it’s so reliant on public donations.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Airlines say the expansion of the safe travel list doesn't go far enough to give the industry a sustainable chance of recovery.

Places graded 'green' now include Malta and Menorca.

It means, from Wednesday, that arrivals won't need to quarantine.

But Easyjet and Virgin Atlantic are among airlines disappointed that France, Greece and Portugal are still off limits.

International travel remains a sticking point for these people in Richmond.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Thursday 24 June 2021

World tennis number four Dominic Thiem has pulled out of Wimbledon because of a wrist injury.

The Austrian, who's the current US Open champion, picked up the problem during a second-round match against Adrian Mannarino at the ATP event in Majorca earlier this week.

Thiem had already decided against competing at the Tokyo Olympics.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:25 pm  

Parking rules across Southfields will change from Monday, due to the Wimbledon Championships.

All the area’s parking zones will form one big zone, and households will be issued with permits which can be used by visitors.

Anyone caught selling these will face legal action.

Some parking bays in the event zone, particularly in busy areas, will be suspended for the duration of the tournament.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:23 pm  

A cavalry barracks in Hounslow is being bid farewell this summer after 229 years.

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Money says, “we are grateful for the unstinting support the community has offered”.

The MOD announced in 2016 that the site is no longer needed, and the 1st Battalion Irish Guards would be relocated.

The 14 listed sites will be restored, with other parts used for homes and a park.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:22 pm  

The UK’s first dedicated horticultural scientific centre of excellence has opened at Wisley Gardens.

RHS Hilltop will see researches try to determine which plant is the best at absorbing pollution and carbon.

They’ll also explore why nature is so good for mental health.

The centre will also house the RHS Herbarium, the UK's largest collection of cultivated plants, with more than 86,000 specimens.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:20 pm  

Around 50 people in Kingston have pledged to help protect the hedgehog population.

They’ve set up special cameras in their gardens to monitor their activity.

The Hedgehog Champions will also transport equipment and help analyse the data.

It’ll be used by the Institute of Zoology to fashion their recommendations to help the animals.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:19 pm  

A suspected drug dealer has been arrested in Richmond.

On Tuesday, a car set off a number plate recognition camera, and police stopped it.

The drugs dog found a bag of class A drugs, and a mobile phone and hundreds of pounds in cash was found as well.

The man in his 20s has been bailed while the investigation continues.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:18 pm  

Children at a school in Mortlake have held a peaceful protest against engine idling.

The year six students at Thomson House made banners and held them at the Sheen Lane level crossing.

It was to persuade drivers to turn their cars off while waiting for the barriers to go back up.

Headteacher Mrs Letch says she’s “immensely proud of our pupils”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

A mother has admitted the manslaughter of her daughter who died at the family home in Mitcham.

5-year-old Sayagi Sivanantham passed away in hospital last June after police were called to a stabbing.  

36 year old Sutha Sivanantham pleaded guilty to manslaughter by diminished responsibility.

She has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

Fire fighters have been dealing with a blaze in South Kensington

The brigade was called to a fire in Thurloe Square just after 8.30pm yesterday, caused by a hob that was accidentally turned on with a drill left on top of it.

Half of the basement of an end-of-terrace house was damaged by fire.

One man was treated on scene by Ambulance crews after suffering from smoke inhalation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Around 10,000 Hong Kong residents are due to emigrate to Sutton over the next 12 months.

It’s after Boris Johnson pledged to offer three million people the chance to settle in the UK after relations with China soured.

The number includes 350,000 people who have British National Overseas passports.

Richard Choi is one of the “Hong Kongers” already settled in Sutton. 

A “friendship festival” welcome event is taking place in Beddington Park on the 18th of September. 
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:00 pm  

A property owner in Hounslow who built an extension, was told to demolish it, then rebuilt it, has been fined

In 2017, Ijaz Khan constructed a roof extension, rear roof extension, and a single storey extension, then did a planning application afterwards.

However, that was refused, as were all of his further applications, so he took it down, but waited two years then just built it again.

He pleaded not guilty, saying his work was lawful, but a magistrates court fined him £6,000.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:11 pm  

Works to repair a hole in the road in New Malden should be finished tomorrow.

The void opened up on Kingston Road at the junction with Wellington Crescent earlier this week.

Investigations have revealed that “bad ground” has allowed water to penetrate the carriage way, washing away the sub-base. 

Kingston Council says all traffic management will stay in place until Friday afternoon and the road will then fully reopen.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:45 pm  

One year on from the congestion charge increase and the Federation of Small Businesses is asking why it’s still in place

The increase, which was meant to be temporary, saw the fee rise from £11.50 to £15 per day as one of the conditions of the TfL bailout. 

But the Ultra-Low Emission Zone is also due to be extended to areas including Wandsworth, Fulham and Battersea in October.

The Federation says more needs to be done to make sure small business owners are aware of the extra costs.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:29 pm  

An 18-year-old has been convicted after stabbing a man during a mugging in Kew

Isaac Musoke from Brentford attacked a 57-year-old man who was walking to his car.

A knife was found at the scene with the victim’s blood on it, and a DNA match to Musoke was found on the handle.

The 57-year-old’s injuries were not serious.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:08 am  

A group of year five students in Balham are asking people to take a Vole Vow to protect the water vole

The year group at Rutherford House School want everyone to work together to save the animal, and monitor its predators.

Citizen Zoo is a project aiming to reintroduce the water vole to the Hogsmill river.

Ben Stockwell, from the project, says the habitat is looking good, and the invasive American Mink hasn’t been detected.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

A man has been arrested in Stanwell on suspicion of sexually assaulting a child

Police were called yesterday evening at around 6pm to Chesterton Drive.

The 39-year-old is in custody on suspicion of sexual assault by touching.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Spelthorne Police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:16 am  

The RSPCA is welcoming news the Government is looking at introducing a law to ban the use of glue traps

The devices, aimed at catching mice and rats, often trap cats, birds, hedgehogs and squirrels as well. 

Over 200 incidents have been reported to the RSPCA over the past five years across England and Wales. 

However, Surrey reported the least incidents, with just five in the last five years.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:04 am  

Wednesday 23 June 2021

We’re being urged to give our views on the replacements for Hammersmith Bridge.

It includes the proposed ferry service, a pier for it to set off from, and a pedestrian walkway.

On Richmond Council’s website, the measures are overwhelmingly supported.

Click here to take a look at the proposals

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:30 pm  

Harlequins captain Stephan Lewies has described Saturday's Premiership final against Exeter as a "hell of a task".

It’s the first time that Twickenham based Quins have made the final since a win in 2012 whilst it’s the sixth consecutive final for Exeter.

The South African said the final will be the "biggest one for me yet" having not won a trophy since he was 21.

Lewies was only made Quins captain at the start of the season and admitted: "It would be massive to lift that cup."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:30 pm  

Halifax Chertsey to close permanently

There's anger at a decision by Lloyds banking Group to close 44 branches across England and Wales. 

The Unite union's accused it of "walking away" from local communities, calling it a "bitter blow" to staff and customers. 

Lloyds Halifax in Guildford Street in Chertsey is one of the branches going. 

Lloyds says it reflects the fact that more of us are choosing to bank online.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Merton is to become one of the first councils in the country to give staff bereavement leave after the early loss of a pregnancy.

Mothers and their partners will be allowed between five and ten days of paid leave after a miscarriage or a stillbirth.

Currently, mothers who have a stillbirth after 24 weeks of pregnancy are entitled to two weeks’ maternity leave.

However, parents who lose their child before the 24th week of pregnancy have to take sickness leave, annual leave or unpaid leave.

According to the charity the Pregnancy Association, around one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

A special hub, run by armed forces veterans, will finally open its doors in Ashtead on Saturday.

The Mole Valley Veterans’ Hub, which will operate on a voluntary basis, has seen its launch delayed because of Covid. 

The event on Saturday, at Ashtead Recreation Ground, falls on annual Armed Forces Day. 

The aim of the hub is to provide support for those living within the armed forces community across Mole Valley. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A care officer has been jailed for sexual activity with a vulnerable teen in South-West London.

26-year-old Ashley Wright worked at a secure training centre in Buckinghamshire.

The offences all relate to one unnamed victim, who was between 15 and 16 at the time.

Detective Sergeant Julie Harding says “officers will work tirelessly to seek justice” for victims of abuse.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A doctor in Croydon wants to create better access to medicine through our love of summer festivals.

GP Sharon Raymond is director of the Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation.

The foundation has been running pop up vaccination and healthcare clinics across the area since February. 

But Dr Raymond’s dream is to see them evolve into a permanent service that entertains as well as treats. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Two men have been jailed for life for a murder in Hounslow.

Two men have been jailed for life for a murder in Hounslow.

32 year old Nathan Mitra was killed in the early hours of July the 30th last year while attending a gathering in Clements Court.

22 year old Mohammad Butt and 26 year old Kalid Abdi were each handed life terms with a minimum of 24 years.

Butt was additionally found guilty of possession of an offensive weapon. 

He received a additional 18-months imprisonment, to be served concurrently.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:56 pm  

Princess Anne, The Princess Royal has visited a sailing club in Surbiton.

Her Royal Highness came to Thames Sailing Club to mark the launch of a major redevelopment, and its 150th anniversary.

It’s the oldest sailing club in Britain, and the Princess Royal planted a tree to symbolise its future development.

TSC’s Commodore Matt Kyte says “it was a privilege to host the Princess Royal”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:00 pm  

A man from Ashford has been jailed after being convicted of a number of terrorism offences.

38 year old Michael Nugent ran and was active on a number of extreme right wing chat groups on the Telegram app.

He used different personas to express his racist views and hatred of ethnic minorities and shared terrorist-related documents with others.

But he was arrested after Met Counter Terrorism officers linked the various online accounts to Nugent’s real-world identity.

He was sentenced earlier to three-and-a-half years imprisonment at Kingston Crown Court.

Commander Richard Smith, who leads the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, said: "Nugent freely shared his abhorrent extremist views with others over a messaging app, and he passed on manuals detailing how to produce deadly weapons and explosive devices.

"However, he was stopped when he was arrested by counter terrorism officers.

"This is another case which shows how harmful online extremism is. That is why it is important that anyone who believes that they have a friend or loved one who they think has been radicalised, or is vulnerable, seeks help.

"The Counter Terrorism Command, with the national Counter Terrorism Policing network and other partners, work around the clock to bring the likes of Nugent to justice, root out harmful extremism online, and keep the public safe."

Nugent shared manuals on how to make explosives and homemade firearms, and published an edited video of the Christchurch Mosque terror attack. One of his offences relates to Nugent sending an edited version of the manifesto written by the Christchurch attacker.

Nugent was arrested in August 2020.

He was interviewed over seven days following his arrest, but gave no comment.

Nugent was initially charged with 12 Terrorism Act offences; a further six charges were subsequently added.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:30 pm  

Police say an attack in Worcester Park was homophobic.

The victim, in his 40s, was assaulted on Saturday night in Central Road.

He had been at a pub with his partner when they were approached by a group of men who made homophobic comments. 

Later that evening, the victim left the pub alone and was then punched in the face by another man who also made homophobic remarks. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:00 pm  

It costs Children’s Hospices Shooting Star £8.8 million a year to operate.

The charity cares for children with life limiting illnesses at its sites in Hampton and Guildford. 

Just 8% of that income comes from central government funding.

Andy Fletcher is the CEO of charity Together 4 Short Lives, which supports children’s hospices across the UK.

He says the pandemic has left them with a huge funding hole. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

A number of roads were closed off earlier in New Malden but were reopened at just after 1.30pm.

Its after a man fell from a roof in Acacia Grove at the junction with Coombe Road. 

There’s no update on his injuries at the moment.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:09 pm  

MPs and businesses have stepped in to try and help a student in Putney recover his lost laptop

Amir Abdul-Latif posted on Twitter that he left his MacBook on a train at around 1.45 yesterday afternoon.

He’d been travelling on the service to Richmond.

Amir says that he’s “heartbroken right now” and it includes all his assignments.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:01 pm  

Spelthorne says nitrous oxide is “no laughing matter” and is banning it

Medical professionals are exempt from the ban, but members of the public will risk a fine in court of £1,000 if they use it publicly.

A consultation by the council showed 97% of people were in favour of action to fight it.

Risks of laughing gas include fainting, addiction, and regular use has serious medical implications.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:23 pm  

Seven women, a man and five children have been treated by ambulance crews following a fire in Streatham

The brigade were called at around 3.30am this morning to Baldry Gardens, where a garage below a block of flats was alight.

The area was destroyed, and caused a large amount of smoke in the area.

The police and the brigade are working together to investigate it.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:13 am  

People who are homeless, sex workers or who have an addiction are being urged to get their Covid vaccination in Croydon

A pop-up hub, called the Vaxi Taxi, is coming to Lantern Hall next Tuesday between 12 and 4pm.

A range of other health checks will also be on offer.

Dr Sharon Raymond is director of the Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:33 am  

One of our greatest scientists, Alan Turing, is being honoured as the face of the new £50 note which has entered circulation today

Turing designed one of the UK’s first computers, the Pilot ACE, which laid the foundations for PCs, laptops and smartphones.  

His pivotal work took place at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, while he was living in nearby Hampton.

Today would also have been his 109th birthday

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:42 am  

A serving Met Police officer has been sentenced for harassment, after calling a victim 85 times in one day

PC Kieron Sutton is currently attached to the South Area unit, which covers Croydon, Sutton and Bromley, but he was attached to the Lambeth and Southwark unit at the time.

While the messages were not abusive or threatening, it was ruled the quantity was excessive.

Misconduct proceedings will now take place, but he’s been given 70 hours unpaid work and a restraining order.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Tuesday 22 June 2021

Some tennis fans are complaining as Ticketmaster cancels some of their tickets for Wimbledon.

 Tickets can only be bought in sets of two, and when more than one pair is put on the same credit card, the later transactions are cancelled.

Fans have taken to Twitter to claim that the terms and conditions are long and unclear.

The All-England Club and Ticketmaster are standing by the refusals, with some people pointing out the measures prevent touts purchasing large numbers and reselling them.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A climate emergency centre is opening up in Staines this morning.

Talking Tree has taken on the lease of the old William Hill betting shop in the high street.

The building will house a vegetarian café, art gallery, library and performance space. 

The aim is to provide a space for residents to address their concerns about the environment. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Holly Willoughby says she was worried about the safety of her children in the early days of the pandemic.

The presenter from Barnes says she was the only one really leaving the house when she continued to go to work at “This Morning.” 

But she says she knew what she was doing was important, and that she took precautions to limit any potential spread of coronavirus.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

Tui's announced it's joining other airlines in backing legal action against the Government.

 Tui's announced it's joining Virgin Atlantic and Heathrow based British Airways' parent company I-A-G in backing legal action against the government's coronavirus travel rules.

The UK's largest tour operator says the three firms have become interested parties in a challenge launched by Ryanair and Manchester Airports Group.

The industry association Abta has also revealed it's considering taking the same approach, in relation to the restrictions.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

Tooting Broadway Station was closed off earlier after police were called to a medical incident.

A number of roads around the station were also closed just after 3.30. 

A man was found with a laceration to his arm, which is understood to be self -inflicted.

No one else was injured and no arrests made. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:30 pm  

People in a road in New Malden say removing parking to make way for an electric charging point has made congestion worse.

Residents in Beech Grove claim they weren’t consulted on the move and have contacted Kingston Council.

The authority’s website says people in the borough were asked where they’d like to see charging points installed earlier in the year. 

 But those living in Beech Grove say they want to know how many people responded and why they weren’t contacted directly.  


posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A man has been shot in broad daylight in Morden.

Police were called to Central Road at the junction with Abbotsbury Road at 2pm.

The man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries. 

Two people have been arrested in connection with the shooting.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Police are urging residents to check their security after to an equestrian centre in Leatherhead was burgled.

At some time between the 16th and 17th June tools and a vehicle were stolen.

They are urging everyone to ensure valuables are locked away and stored properly.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact police.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 5:13 pm  

A family of four has been spat at by a group of teenage boys at Thorpe Park.

Details of the incident on the evening of June the 6th by the waterslides have only just been released by Police. 

The parents are concerned their 8-year-old daughter was deliberately targeted because she has a shaved head due to cancer treatment.

The four suspects are described as 17 year-old boys, all around 5’8” tall.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:42 pm  

A new 900 place Church of England Secondary school is to be built on the Kingsmeadow site in Norbiton.

Kingston Council has approved a proposal by the Diocese of Southwark.

The authority says demand for Year 7 places has grown in the past five years, from 1,642 applicants in 2017 to 1,894 this year. 

All 11 year olds were also offered a place at one of their preferred schools or an alternative in 2017.

But this year, 158 children were without an offer by March the 1st. 

The new school is due to open in September 2024. 

But its development is subject to the formal disposal of the current site and planning permission. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:30 pm  

Andy Murray says he'll keep playing until his body won't let him train and he loses enjoyment for tennis

Britain's three-time Grand Slam champion is preparing for his first singles campaign at Wimbledon in four years.

Since having his hip resurfaced, he's struggled with a number of niggly injuries.

Murray says because of that, he can never look too far ahead.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:58 pm  

St George’s Hospital in Tooting is cutting carbon from its kitchens

It’s launched its first ‘low carbon patient menu’ with the aim of saving up to 23 tonnes of CO2 a year.

Bosses say it focuses on prioritising ingredients with a lower carbon footprint, such as poultry, fish and vegan options.

It’s also been designed by dietitians to ensure it meets all requirements and includes variety

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:36 pm  

A serving Met police officer has been found guilty of perverting the course of justice.

PC Donna Coker, is a response officer from the West Area Command Unit, which covers areas including Hammersmith and Chelsea.

A traffic collision occurred in Uxbridge Road in Ealing in August 2017.

PC Varinder Sehmi, an authorised police driver attached to the West Area Command Unit, was the driver of a marked police vehicle.

PC Sehmi was driving westbound along Uxbridge Road towards the junction with Dane Road in response to an emergency call.

The front of the police car collided with a vehicle at the junction with Dane Road.

A member of the public received serious injuries as a result.

The incident was immediately reported to the Department of Professional Standards and the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

The jury heard how all officers who attended the incident were asked to write a statement, including PC Coker.

A DPS officer noticed a number of inconsistencies in PC Coker's statement and the statement of one other officer.

This was flagged to the investigation team.

A full review took place and PC Coker was charged with perverting the course of justice; no further action was taken against the other officer.

The Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) commenced an investigation regarding PC Sehmi.

He was found guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

He was sentenced to nine months in jail, suspended for 18 months, and given a two-year driving ban.

Following his conviction, the DPS are working on a report to decide what disciplinary action may take place.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:32 pm  

Police are stepping up patrols in Sutton High Street, to deal with pickpockets

The force says that the area has been “hit hard” by it over the last few weeks.

Two women were stopped on Tuesday, and checks revealed they were known for pickpocketing.

While no stolen items were found, the police say that the women’s behaviour and track record “strongly suggests” they were looking to steal.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:56 am  

Staff at Princess Alice Hospice in Esher have been speaking out about the importance of being able to hold wedding blessings

It’s after one of their patients, David, was able to fulfil his role as father of the bride for his daughter Hannah last week.

Sarah Dowd is the hospice’s Professional Lead Social Worker.

She explains why staff went above and beyond to make the blessing happen. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:35 am  

Two men have been found guilty of the murder of a father of two in Hounslow last year

32-year-old Nathan Mitra was killed while attending a gathering in Clements Court last year.

Texts from 26-year-old Kalid Abdi from Hounslow showed he was a “jealous and controlling” person who was annoyed his girlfriend was in the company of others.

He and 22-year-old Mohammed Butt, of no fixed abode, fled to Norway, but were extradited. 

They’ll be sentenced tomorrow.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:22 am  

Sutton Council is seeking permission to implement 11 more “school streets” across the borough

It says it wants to help families switch to walking and cycling and remove vehicles from outside school gates at start and finish times.

A recent survey, responded to by 1,500 residents, has revealed the majority of them are in favour of  such schemes.

The Council will ask its Environment and Sustainable Transport Committee to agree the new streets at a meeting this week.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:01 am  

Monday 21 June 2021

The home of tennis has received a glowing review a week before the annual championships return.

Wimbledon Village has ranked number 4 in the Harper Dennis Hobbs “Vitality Index” for the best high streets of 2021. 

The real estate consultancy looks at factors including shop vacancy rates and the proportion of “up-market” shops.  

Adrian Mills is Chair of the Wimbledon Village Business Association; he’s proud but says it’s been tough. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:00 pm  

A warning is going out to people across Elmbridge about The Oak Processionary moth.

The tree pest, which can cause rashes, itchy skin and breathing difficulties, has been spreading rapidly in the South East. 

Its caterpillars only feed on the leaves of several species of oak trees as they cannot complete their development on any other trees. 

 The council says it is monitoring the situation very closely and advising private landowners on what steps to take.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 pm  

Richmond and Kingston police are warning of scam emails impersonating the NHS.

An email circulating asks residents to apply for a digital passport.

A link then takes you to a fake NHS website that asks for payment details. 

Vaccination status is obtained free through the NHS App or website.

Police are reminding everyone to watch out for scam emails, text messages or phone calls.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

The foreign secretary and MP for Esher and Walton says the UK will hold the regime in Belarus to account after imposing sanctions on the country.

The EU, US and Canada have done the same, after a Ryanair flight was diverted to Minsk - where a dissident journalist was then arrested.

Sanctions include travel bans and the freezing of assets linked to Alexander Lukashenko's regime.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 pm  

A fire in Tooting is thought to have been caused by a faulty light fitting.

The Brigade was called to a house fire on Selkirk Road in Tooting on Thursday.

Part of the second floor of a mid-terraced house was damaged by fire. 

All residents were already out of the building before the brigade arrived and there were no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:00 pm  

A man brandishing a weapon has chased two other men down a street in Epsom.

Police were called to the town centre at around 10.40pm on Saturday, following multiple calls.

There was a suggestion that a fight had broken out outside Nando’s 

but police could not locate any victims or a suspect with a weapon.

They want to hear from anyone who was in Waterloo Road between 10.30pm and 11pm and has dashcam or helmet footage. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 6:00 pm  

Elderly residents at a care home in Bookham are joining together with primary school children for music sessions.

The “Together with Music” pilot sees a variety of improvised music making, song-writing, and singing.

Reisdents at Keswick Care Home and children aged 10 and 11 from Eastwick School will be sharing the experience for six weeks.

The aim is to use this test in order to roll out a refined version that will go out nationwide.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 4:24 pm  

Thames Water has been fined for causing unnecessary traffic jams in Putney and Wandsworth.

The company was ordered to pay a total of £8,254 in fines and costs after it admitted three breaches.

It was prosecuted by the council for causing delays in November on Putney Hill, Buckhold Road and Putney Bridge Road.

Workers installed temporary lights, closed lanes and parking spaces without informing the council’s highways team.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 3:00 pm  

Police are trying to track down the real owner of a mountain bike worth thousands of pounds.

The turquoise Yeti SB5c was found at an address in Egham on Friday.

The occupant had listed it for sale on eBay, after buying it from a market last year, and wasn’t arrested.

If you can provide proof of ownership, contact police on 101.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:12 pm  

A Cabinet minister says he doesn't think full lockdown restrictions will be lifted in England before the 19th of July

It's after a vaccine expert suggested the UK could open up "sooner" due to large numbers of people having a coronavirus vaccine.

Some restrictions on weddings, funerals and care homes have been eased today.

Business secretary and Spelthorne MP Kwasi Kwarteng says the government won't rush into so-called 'Freedom Day'.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:18 pm  

25 young women in Croydon have had a day of Netball, courtesy of the Met Police

The force is promoting sport as a positive release for young people.

Superintendent Andy Brittain says events like these “change the narrative” around the challenges young people are facing.

The event aimed to build trust between young people and police, as well as giving the girls the chance to learn about a new sport.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:41 am  

A number of men have been injured and six arrested, after a knife fight in Fulham

Police have just released details of the incident last Wednesday evening on Wandsworth Bridge Road.

None of the injuries were deemed to be life-threatening.

It appears that a minor disagreement at a bar turned into a brawl, with chairs thrown around the establishment.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 11:17 am  

The victim of a doorstep shooting in Balham has been named as 27-year-old Matthias Poleon

He was attacked by two people in facemasks as he left his home on Thursday evening.

They then fled in a silver hatchback towards the town centre, which has been described as a Peugeot or a VW Golf.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers to remain anonymous.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:45 am  

The divide across the Surrey Cricket League premier Division was shown this weekend

Ploughmans, who are top of the table, thrashed second-last Bec Old Boys by nine wickets.

Balham and Tooting are still yet to win a match, since their game against St Lukes was abandoned due to rain.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:26 am  

Cheerleading is fast becoming one of the biggest sports in the UK

Now, a cheerleading outfit in Clapham South is preparing to take six of its teams to the national competitions next month. 

Ultimate Cheer, based at La Retraite School, combines athletics, dance, stunts and gymnastics in its routines. 

Head coach, Tasmin Steer, says “cheering” really brings out children’s confidence.  

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:05 am  

Firefighters in Kew have spent the night dealing with a fire at a refuse transfer station

100 tonnes of waste was alight at the centre on Townmead Road.

The brigade were called yesterday evening at around quarter to 9, and while it was under control by 11.30, they still had to dampen down pockets.

The cause will be investigated by the Fire Brigade, and there are no reports of any injuries.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:05 am  

Sunday 20 June 2021

Croydon Council’s #LoveCroydonShopLocal campaign has seen more than 1,100 businesses reopen safely.

The scheme is celebrating businesses and high streets as they return to life following issues caused by the virus.

The council has distributed more than £70m to businesses in the borough since the first lockdown.

It’s currently in the process of awarding an additional £500,000 to help boost pubs, clubs and restaurants.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 2:30 pm  

£30million is to be given to community rugby clubs in England.

Fixtures at stadiums like Twickenham would typically generate money that would be re-invested in the grassroots.

But Covid has meant the cancellation of many events. 

Steve Grainger from the Rugby Football Union says it will allow people to “enjoy the sport they love”.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 1:35 pm  

Volunteers are coming back to Kingston Hospital.

Cary Williams, who was first back, distributes PCR testing kits to all staff.

She’s hoping to return to her role as a dining companion soon, helping people with their food and keeping them company.

Anyone who wants to get involved is asked to get in touch with the Hospital.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 12:00 pm  

A litter pick with a difference will return to Kew in September.

An army of paddleboarders will take to the Thames to collect rubbish that has made its way into the water. 

Last year’s pick was cancelled because of the Covid pandemic. 

The Get on Board event, organised by Be Richmond, will take place on September the 9th. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 10:00 am  

It's understood people who've had two doses of a coronavirus vaccine may no longer have to self-isolate.

At the moment, even if you're vaccinated, you have to stay at home for 10 days if you come into contact with someone who's tested positive. 

But the government's looking to change that later this year - once all adults have bee offered two jabs. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 am  

Over 500 community rugby clubs have so far benefitted from Government pandemic funding totalling £18 million.

The RFU has been unable to reinvest in clubs after fixtures at stadiums like Twickenham were cancelled.  

The Rugby Union Winter Survival Fund was launched in February 2019 to minimise long-term damage to participation in the sport.

£11.5 million is still available for clubs who want to apply for funding. 

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 8:00 am  

Surrey Blue Beacon

 The Chief Constable of Surrey climbed a mountain, quite literally, in his efforts to honour colleagues who’ve died or been injured in the line of duty.

Gavin Stephens joined fellow officers from England’s 43 police forces in Cumbria where they lit up a blue beacon across the Lake District.

Since its inception in 2012 the Light the Lakes annual event has raised more than £50,000 for the Care of Police Survivors Charity.

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 7:15 am  

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